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Full text of "United States Navy Medical News Letter Vol. 26 1955 Index"

NavMed 369 



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Editor - Captain L. B. Marshall, MC, USN (RET) 



INDEX 



Volume 26, Numbers 1-12 
8 July through 23 December 1955 



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Medical News Letter, Vol. 26, Index 



The printing of this publication has been approved by the Director of 
the Bureau of the Budget, 16 May 1955. 



Medical News Letter, Vol. 26, Index 



ACCELERATION versus performance, 4:33 
ACTH and cortisone in treatment of burnSj 7:14 
Adenocarcinoina, mucous, of urinary bladder, 4;19 
Aero Medical Association Meeting, 1956, 4:32 
Agammaglobulinemia in the adult* 6:10 
Air Development Squadron, 8:31 
Air Show. National, exhibit at, 4:36 & 8:35 
Aminopterin for psoriasis, 6:12 

Anemia, myelophthisic^ in cancer of breast, 2:12 
Anesthetic management of aged. 11:2 
Anesthesiology, hypothermia in surgery, 9:l6 
Antimicrobial therapy, long-term without lung 

collapse, 6;8 
Anuria and uremia, treatment of surgical patients 

having, 1 1 ;12 
Aortic insufficiency among young adulta. 5:10 
Anticoagulant, pbenylindanedione in myocardial 

infarction^ 2:5 
Arterial 

comparative vascular pathology of occupational 
chest diseases, 9:38 
dysphagia luaoria, 2:l6 
massive heraoptysisj 8:14 
polyarteritis nodosa, !0:7 
Atomic medicine 

Medical Department correspondence course, 
11:17 

medicine, new correspondence course, 12:29 
warfare, meeting to discuss medical aspects. 
5:31 

Atrio-septo-pexy in atrial septal defects, 1;7 
Aural rehabilitation* naval center for, 5:3 
Autoerythrocyte sensitization, 3:12 
Aviation 

medicine, course ill, 8:31 

medicine problems, laboratories associated 
with. 12:30 

medicine, short course in, 1 :Z6 
pathology, joint committee on, 12:38 
Aviator. Naval, designation to 

BEE YLLIUM poisoning, 2:10 

Biological warfare, and chemical warfare defense, 5:40 
Biopsy, aspiration, diagnosis of orthopedic lesions, 
2:14 

Bladder, urinary, mucous adenocarcinoma of, 4:19 
Blood 

agammaglobulinemia in the adult, 6:10 
autoerythroc^e sensitization, 3:IZ 
citrated whole, NIH requirements for. 2:26 
clinical experience with Warfarin, 12:11 
hyponatr emia, 7:17 

hypoglycemia in infancy and childhood, 10:1! 
spontaneous hypoglycemia, 8:10 
statement on plasma volume expanders, 1:23 
study of methods for prediction of plasma 
volume, 1:15 

Board certifications, 1:29. 2:24. 5:28. 6:21, 10:23 

Bone 

pyogenic infections, 9:7 

primary reticulum -cell sarcoma of, 9:14 
Brain, chlorpromazine and cerebral palsy, 7:21 
Breast, myelophthisic anemia in cancer of, 2:12 



BronchiectaBie, 4:7 

Burn, treatment of mass casualties, civilian, 6:3 

CAFFEINE teat, single aspiration, 3:15 
Cancer 

carcinoma of the ureter, primary. 9:20 

of the lung, asymptomatic, 6:33 

myelophthisic anemia in cancer of breast, 2;12 

parenteral aureomycin and irradiation, 4:7 

of the skin and melanoma, 6:32 

triethylene melamine in far-advanced ovarian 

c anc e r , 5:18 
Capillary hemangiomas of the skin, 3:16 
Carcinoma of the ureter, primary. 9:20 
Cardiac 

atrio-septo-pexy in atrial septal defects, 1:7 
clinical picture of endocardial fibroelastosis 
12:!3 

construction of cardioscopic and cardiac 
stimulator, 9:5 

myocardial infarction in women , 4:12 
use of pentaerythritol tetranitrate, S;7 

Chelating agents, 3:8 

Chemical 

hazards, 2:37 

warfare and biological warfare defense, 5:40 

Chest 

bronchiectasis, 4:7 
lipoid pneumonia, 1:13 

surgery of localized emphysematous disease, 
4:18 

tuberculous cavities in resected specimens^ 5:13 
wall tumors, malignant, radical excision of, 1 :10 
Chlorpromazine and cerebral palsy, 7:21 
Circulation, aortic insufficiency in young adults, 5:10 
Claustrophobic reactions to stresses of submarine 

service, 1:21 
Clinical 

clerkship training and Sr. Medical Student 
Program, 11:25 
clerkship training. Ii26 

services, special - MD correspondence course 
11:19 

use of radioactive isotopes, course in, 5:25 
Cold injury, 

local, 11:37 

sequelae^ 10:14 
Coal tar ointment, improved, 8:12 
Correspondence courses, MD, 3:26 

DENTAL 

burs, cutting properties of, 8:24 
care, 10:20 

Corps, first promotion from Commodore to 
Rear Admiral (Radm G. C, Paffenbarger), 6:15 
officers eligible for membership in American 
Dental Association, 1 1 :20 
officers. Reserve, courses for. 3:23 
registration, annual in W, Va. , 11:19 
research, summary of 12:7 
School, U.S. Naval, 12:3 
Dentistry 

cutting properties of dental burs, 8:24 



Note: Figures indicate number and page in Volume 26. For example, 
ACCELEKATION versus performance, 4:33 indicates that this 
item may be found on page 33 of Number 1. 



Medical News Letter, Vol, 26, Index 



Dermatology 

aminopterin for psoriasiB^ 6:IZ 

improved coal tar ointment, 8:12 

scleroderma, 8:13 
Disaeter relief planning, 1Z;19 
Disinfectants for Navy use, 7:35 

Diving medicine, training and assignments in, 12:23 
Dysentery, bacillary shigellosis, 5:34 
Dysphagia lusoria, 2:l6 

EAR - Naval Center for Aural Rehabilitation, 5:3 
Ejection seat danger, 4:33 

Emphysematous disease^ surgery of localised, 4:!8 
Endocardial fibroelastosis, clinical picture of, I2;i3 
Endom etrio si s , 5 : 1 6 
Epidemiology, plague, 10:31 
Esophagus, dysphagia lusoria, 2:l6 

Eifaminations of pilots following hospitalization, 8^35 
F EIGHT 

safety in Naval Aviation^ prediction of criterion 
of, 10:22 

surgeons to solo again, 12:37 
Flu, vaccination against, 7:32 

Fluoride water, roentgenologic study of population 

exposed to, 11:15 
Focal infections, rise and fall of, li:8 
Food 

meat salads and food intoxication, 7:39 
poisoning from metais, 6:36 
sandwich vending machines, 6:36 
semi-solid in tubes, 4:35 
Fundus ectomy in gastric surgery, subdiaphragmatic, 
9:13 

GASTROENTEROLOGY 

effects of million volt irradiation on the 
gastrointestinal tract, 4:13 
single aspiration caffeine test, 3:15 
subdiaphragmatic fundiisectomy in gastric 
surgery, 9:13 
Glaucomas, long-term ac etazoleamide in, 6:14 
Gonorrhea, penicillin prophylaxis of, 1D;37 
Graduate training in Navy hospitals, 2:2* 3:2* 4:2, 5:2, 

6:2, 1\Z, 8:2, 9:2. 10:2 
Grafts, blood vessel, surgery of, 12:l6 
Gynecology - gynecography simplified, 7:19 

HAZARDOUS -duty incentive pay, 4:35 
Head injury, chlorpromaz-iue in, 6:7 
Heart 

disease in the Philippines, 5:9 

phenylindanedione in myocardial infarction, 2:5 
Heat stress, 1:32 & 2:31 
Hemoptysis, massive, 8:14 

Hepatitis, infectious in infants and small children, 2;8 
High School graduate training program, 11:18 
Historical facts (A vMed), October, 8:39* November h. 

December, ]2:35 
Hospital 

apprentices, new curriculum, 7:31 

corpsmen, correspondence course program for, 

6:24 

corps training, 5:22 
Human rabies, prevention of, 2:35 
Human relations for doctors, 7:3 

Hypaque in excretory urography, evaluation of, 3:14 



Hypoglyc emia 

in infancy and childhood, 10:11 

spontaneous, 8:10 
Hyponatremia, 7:17 
Hypothermia in surgery, 9:1 6 

ICE sanitation, 9:37 

Infections, focal , rise and fall of, 11:8 

Infectious hepatitis, in infants and small children, 9:37 

Influenza 

vaccine variation, 9:32 

vaccination, 1955, 9:31 
Infirmaries, redesignatioti as station hospitals, 6:16 
Influenza epidemic, 1954 - 1955, 7:33 
iTiformation for medical officers, 5:24 
Ingestion of poisons, accidental, 10:13 
Immunization 

booklet, supplement to, 6:39 

of dependents, poliomyelitis, 7:30 

influenza vaccination 1955, 9:31 

prevention of human rabies, 2:35 

surveillance of poliomyelitis in U.S. 1955, 11:28 

use of phenolized rabies vaccine in Texas, 2:3 

vaccination against flu, 7:32 
Inoculation, penicillin content of poliomyelitis vaccine, 

(Salk), 1:17 

Insect borne virus diseases of military importance, 3:31 
Insect repellent M-1960, 6:35 
Iron-storage diseases, 7:12 

Isotopes, radioactive, clinical use of, course in, 5;25 
Institute of Pathology, Armed Forces, 1:21 
Instructions, BuMed 

1510. 2A--Dental enlisted rates, group Xi 

instruction, 1 :31 
1510. 6--Dental technician schools, general, 

class A, 1 :3l 
5360. l6-'Hemains, casket, inspection of, 1:31 
6320. 19- -HospitaliZration furnished pay patients, 
1:32 

6710. 1 5 ^-Defective medical and dental material 
2:26 

6530, 5--NIH requirements for citrated whole 
blood, 2:26 

7303. 3B--Funds, medical for attaches, et cetera, 
2:28 

7303. 3A. -Travel costs, Army and AF patients, 
2:28 

6710, 16--Medical and dental material, defective, 
3:30 

6710* lA--Sulfo bromophthalein sodium injection 
4:31 

6700- 5A--Medical departments, in Reserve 
fleets, 5:29 

6710. 17- -Scopalimine hydrobromide tablets, 5:29 
7302. 4- -Stock fund, Navy, 5:30 
6710. 18- -Medical and dental material, defective 
6:23 

6 1 50. 17 - -Radiography, identification of x-ray 

film, 6:23 
6Z00, 8--Dermatitis, occupational, 6:24 
6200, 8 --Occupational medicine, 6;24 
6230. 1 SUP-2--Tetanus immunization, 6:24 
6710. 19- Material, medical and dental, defective 

7:29 

6230. 8- Poliomyelitis, immunization of dependents, 
7:30 

6710. 20 --Material, medic aland dental, defective, 8:28 



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11110. I --Medical treatTnent facilities, fixed, B;28 
57Z0. 2A--MD personnel and activities, informa- 
tion about, 9:28 
1910. 2A--PhyHieal disability or military unfitness 
9:28 

6710.21 -Medical and dental material, defective 
10:27 

6710:22--Medicai and dental material, defective 
10:28 

6780. lA —Kits, first aid for aircraft and flight 

personnel, 10:28 
1 1D14. 2 --Maintenance program , controlled, H;Z3 
6260, 5--Toxic materials, threshold limit values 
for, 11:23 

6710.23 -Sulfadiazine tablets, suspension of 

stocks , 1 ! ;Z4 
6710. 24^ -Material, medical and dentalj defective 

12:28 

5210, 2A-,Becords, held or destroyed, 12:28 

JIMSON weed poieonitig, 5:12 
JP-4 jet fuel in eyes» 9:35 

KIDNEY 

Kolff-Merrill artificial, 5:6 

prevention of acute nephritis, 8:20 

renal insufficiency, acute traumatic , treatment 

of, 2:7 

treatment of surgical patientl having anuria and 
uremia, 11:12 
Krukenberg tumors^ diagnostic problem, 9:21 

LIPOID, pneumonia, 1:1 3 

Liver, infectious hepatitis in infants and small children 
2:8 

LuBoria, dysphagia, 2:l6 
Lung 

biopsy, value of in diagnosing occupational 
pulmonary diseases, 9:39 
cancer, asymptomatic, (pulmonary) 6:3 
respiratory chemistry, gaseous exchange, 8:35 
Lymphadenopathy, lymph node smears in the diagnosis 
of, 10:5 

MANUAL, Medical Department, Part I, correspondence 

c our B e i 6:17 
Marker, self-luminous, hazards, 7:38 
Medical Corps, appointment in regular, 6:30 
Medico-Dental Synnposium, sixth annual military, 4:25 
Metaraminol, clinical studies of, 9;9 
Methyl chloroform, toxicity of, 1:37 

Micro-waves, Symposium on Physiologic and Pathologic 

Effects of, 8:38 
Million volt irradiation on the gastrointestinal tract, 

effects of, 4:13 
Military training, medical, reserve officers, 6:28 
Motor- skeletal disabilities among 215 motorists, 8:22 
Multiple injuries, management of, 1:4 
Mutual Aid, Navy increases terminal dividend, 11:18 
Myelophthisic anemia In cancer of breast, 2:12 
Myocardial 

infarction in women, 4:12 

infarction, phenylindanedione in, 2:5 

NASOGASTRIC suction, routine postoperative, 7:16 
Naval Medical Research Institute, 3:5 
Naval Medical School, 4:3 



Nephritis, acute, prevention of, 8:20 

Nerve, trigeminal neuralgia, 9;18 

Notices, BuMed 

6320--Subsistence and. hospitalization rates, 2i25 
6530. 5--Blood, citrated whole, NIH requirennent 
for, 2:26 

6820--Books, professional and technical, 2:26 
7303--Care, medical, ships and operating units, 
2:27 

6320--Staffing report, 2:27 

7303--Anotment obligations, reporting of, 3:30 
6780- BW field sampling kit E25R1, 3:30 
6710--Morphine, replacement of, 4:31 
6710 --Antibiotics, extension of potency dates, 
4:32 

6 320 --Hospitalization and subsistence rates, 6:24 
12,000--Nursing assistant series, 7:28 
6010--Patient's stay (active duty) in Naval 

hospitals, 7:29 
6820-^Periodicals, professional, 7:29 
6010. 5A--Accounts receivable, uncoliectable, 
7:30 

62.30- -Influenaa vaccine, 8:28 

6230 --Seminar for commanding officers of 

Reserve companies, 8:29 
6730 --Ophthalmological, nonstandard material, 

10:27 

1 101 1 --Property, real, evaluation, 11:22 
5360. 12A--Care-of ^the-dead contracts. Armed 

Forces, 11:23 
6310 -Diagnostic titles, 12:27 
67 10- -Antibiotics, potency dates, 12;28 

Nursing education program , hospital corps Waves, 7:24 

Nutrition at the shopping center, 1:18 

OBSTETRICS, treatment of preeclampsia and eclampeia 
8:17 

Occupational medicine 

beryllium poi&oning, 2:10 

comparative vascular pathology of occupational 

chest diseases, 9:38 

medicine specialists, 1:3S 
Ophthalmolog y , 

glaucomas, long-term, acetazoleamide in, 6:14 

sedation for surgery, 3:20 
Orthopedic lesions, diagnosis by aspiration biopsy, 2:14 
Oxygen administration in retrolental fibroplasia, 3:23 

PACKAGE curricula for Naval Reserve Medical Com- 
panies, 1 ;25 
Parenteral aureomycin and irradiation, 4:9 
Pediatrics 

hypoglycemia in infancy and childhood, 10:11 
infectious hepatitis in infants and small chil- 
dren, 2:B 

oxygen adminifit ration in retrolental fibroplasia 
3:23 

Penicillin content of poliomyelitis vaccine (Salk), 1:17 
Pentaerythritol tetranitrate, use of, 8:7 
Personal equipment, know your, 4:34 

Pharmacy and materia medica, correspondence course, 
6:17 

Phenolized rabies vaccine in Texas, 2:3 
Phenylindanedione in myocardial infarction, 2:5 
Philippines, heart disease in, 5:9 

Photofluorographic interpretation, course in, 11:40 
Photofluorograpby, shipyard, 6:38 



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Medical News I^etter, Vol, Z6, Index 



PhyBiologic ami pathologic effects o£ microwaves, 

aymposium on, 8;38 
Physiological training, 4:37 
Plague, 10:31 
Plasma 

volume expanders, statement oii» 1:23 
volume, methods for prediction of, 1:15 

PI euro pulmonary tularemia, 8:8 

Pneumonia, lipoid, 1:13 

Pneumothorax, spontaneous, management of, 7:8 
Polio vaccine, 9:33 
Po liom y eli ti s 

poll om y eliti a , 1 ; 3 5 

surveillance in U. S. , 1955, 11:28 

vaccine {Salk) penicillin content, 1:17 
Points, gratuitous, 8:30 
Poisoning 

accidental ingestion of poisons, 10:13 

berylHum, 2:10 

jimson weed, 5:12 

meat salads and food intoxication, 7:39 

from metals (food), 6:36 

sandwich vending macliines, 6:36 
Polyarteritis nodosa, 10:7 
Port sanitary statement canceled, 6:30 
Postg raduate 

short courses for medical officers, 4:23 

course far niedical officers, 9:24 
Preeclampsia and eclampsia, treatment of, 8:17 
Pressure (full) suit, 4:40 
Preventive Medicine briefing, 2 :Z9 St 5:32 
Professional examination 

for promotion, deferred, 5:2S 

deferment of, 9:24 
Professional fitness for promotion, 10:29 
Prostatic resection, transurethral, 10:15 
Psoriasis, aminopterin for, 6:12 
Public relations 

J. A. A. . 5:21 

in Naval hospitals, 3:22 
Pulmonary 

antimicrobial therapy, long-term without lung 
collapse, 6:8 

comparative vascular pathology of occupational 
chest diseaseSf 9:38 
edema, current concepts of, 8:5 
management of spontaneous pneumothorax, 7:8 
value of lung biopsy in diagnosing occupational 
pulmonary diseases, 9:39 
Pyogenic infections, 9:7 

K ABIES 

human, prevention of, 2:35 

vaccine, phenolized in Texas, 2:3 
Radioactive isotopes, clinical use of course in, 5:25 
Radioactive materials, hazards of, 2:37 
Radiography, shipyard photofluorography, 6;38 
Radiology 

course in photofluorographic interpretation, 11:40 
roentgenological observations on pleuropulmonary 
tularemia, 8:8 

roentgenologic study o£ population exposed to 

fluoride (high) water, 11:15 
Recruiting stations and procurement offices, 11:26 
Renal insufficiency, acute traumatic , treatment of, 2;7 
Research projects. 1:29, 4:30, 6:21, 10:25, 11;21 
i^eserve officer schools. Naval, 9:29 



Reserve program medical officer billets, 4:26 
Residency training in Navy, 1:2 

Respiratory chemistry, gaseous exchange, 8:35 
Reticulum -cell, primary, sarcoma of bone, 9:14 
Roentgenologic study of population exposed to high^fluoride 

water, 11:15 
Roentgenology 

effects of miUion-volt irradiation on gastro- 
intestinal tract, 4:13 

parenteral aureomycin and irradiation, 4:7 
roentgen-ray injuries to dentists, 3:18 

Rupture, traumatic of the esophagus, 6:6 

'RX for Living, 5:20 

SAFETY 

awards. Navy, 2:39 

faulty check valve hazards, 7:38 

goggles prove worth, 9:40 
Sandwich vending machines, 6:36 
Sanitation, general 

bacterial contamination of water fountains, 10:39 

disinfectants for Navy use, 7:35 

ice sanitation, 9:37 

potable water in ships' tanks, 9:36 

port sanitary statement canceled, 6:30 

unsafe water from a city, 6:37 
Schema for treatment in tuberculosis, 3:10 
Scleroderma, 8:13 

Sedation for ophthalmic surgery, 3:20 

Seminar for commanding officers, reserve companies, 
8:29 

Senior medical student 

first, selected, 7:31 

program offered to ensigns 1995, 4:24 

SF-88's and SF-S9's, errors in, 4:37 

Shigellosis (bacillary dysentery), 5:34 

Space perception, catalog of translated material, 2:17 

Splenic disease, surgical aspects of, 4:15 

Submarine 

medicine, on-the-job training, 8:30 
service, claustrophobic reactions to, 1:21 

Sitlfonamide therapy, reevaluation of, 7:10 

Surgery 

aspects of splenic disease, 4:15 

atrio-septo-pexy in atrial septal defects, 1:7 

blood vessel grafts, I2:16 

capillary hemangiomas of the skin, 3:l6 

endometriosis, 5;! 6 

hypothermia in, 9:l6 

localized emphysematous disease, of, 4:18 
lymph node smears in diagnosis of lymphadeno- 
pathy, 10:5 

malignant chest wall tun^ors, radical excision of, 
1:10 

postoperative nasogastric suction, 7:16 
sedation for ophthalmic, 3:20 
subdiaphragmatic fundus ectomy in gastric 
surgery, 9:13 

tracheotomy, complications and postoperative 
care, 9:10 

transurethral prostatic resection, 10:15 
treatment of patients having anuria and uremia, 
11:12 

tuberculous cavities in resected specimens, 5:13 

TECHNICAL training of hospital corpsmen, 5:24 
Toxicity of methyl chloroform, 1:37 



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Tracheotoiny , complication a and postoperative care, 

9:10 
Training 

atomic medicine, correspondence course, 12:29 
aviation medicine, 1:26, 8:31, 12:37 
clinical clerJtahip, 1:26 

clinical laboratory procedures, correspondence 
course, 6:29 

clinical ser\dces, special, correspondence cours 
lt:l9 

courses for Peaerve dental officers, 3:23 

diving medicine and assignments in, 12:23 

graduate, in Navy hospitals , 2:2, 3:2, 4:2, 5:2 

6:2, 7:2, 8:2, 9:2, 10:2 

highschool graduate program, 11:18 

hospital corps, 5:22 

hospital corpsmen, correspondence course 
program, 6:25 

information lor medical officers, 5:24 
Manual, MD, Parti, correspondenc e course 
6:17 

MD correspondence course in atomic medicine, 
11:17 

MD correspondence coursee, 3:26 

medical military, for Reserve officers, 6:28 

medical technical, for hospital corpsmen, 5:24 

Naval Reserve officer schools, 9:29 

Sr. medical student program for ensigns USNR, 

4:24 

nursing for hospital corps waves, 7:24 
"package curricula for Naval Reserve medical 
companies, 1:25 

pharmacy and materia medica, correspondence 
course, 6:17 

photofluoTographic interpretation. 11:40 
physiological, 4:37 

postgraduate course for medical officers, 9:24 
postgraduate short courses for medical officers 
4:23 

residency in the Navy, 1 :2 
sheets, 4:36 

6th annual military medico-dental symposium, 
4:25 

submarine medicine, 8:30 
Trauma 

ACTH and cortisone in burns, 7:14 



burn casualties, civilian treatment, 6:3 

chlorpromazine in head injury, 6:7 

cold-injury sequelae, 10:14 

JP-4 jet fuel in eyes, 9:35 

local cold injury, 1 1 :37 

management of multiple injuries, 1:4 

motor -skeletal disabilitieB among 215 motorists, 

8:22 

renal insufficiency, acute, treatment of, 2:7 
rupture of esophagus, 6:6 
safety goggles prove worlih, 9:40 
Triethylene melamine in far-advanced ovarian cancer, 
5:18 

Trigeminal neuralgia, 9:18 
Tuberculosis 

relapse factors, 12:15 

schema for treatment, 3:10 
Tuberculous cavities in resected specitnens, 5:13 
Tumors 

Krukenberg, diagnostic problem, 9:21 
malignant chest wall, radical excision of, 1 :10 
primary reticulum -cell sarcoma of bone, 9:14 

ULCERS, localization of, 1:12 

Uremia and anuria, treatment of surgical patients 
having, 11:12 

urography, excretory, hypaque in evaluation of, 
3:14 

VACCINATION against flu, 7:32 
Vaccine, phenolized rabies in Texas , 2:3 
VD, penicillin prophylaxis of gonorrhea, 10:37 
Valve {check) hazards, faulty, 7:36 

Vascular pathology, comparative, of occupation chest 

diseases, 9:38 
Virus infections of interest to the dentist, 10:17 

WARFARIN, clinical experience with, 12:11 
Water 

bacterial contamination of fountains, 10:39 

potable in ships' tanks, 9:36 

unsafe, from a city, 6:37 
Why the Ensign 1995 (Medical) Reserve Program? 2:18 
World Health Organization, 4:21 

X-RAY film, identification of, 6:23 



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